Tuesday, February 09, 2010


Always Listen to Your Mother by Florence Parry Heide, 2010. Ernest, a boy who always listens to his mother, learns to have fun with his new neighbor.

Best Pet Ever by Victoria Roberts, 2010. When her mother tarries in buying her a pet, a little girl satisfies her desire with a pet rock, a pet glove, a pet balloon, etc.

Big Bad Baby by Bruce Hale, 2014. With a big bad baby on the loose, what will the townspeople do?

Chicken of the Family by Mary Amato, 2008. Henrietta’s older sisters convince her that she is really a chicken, so she runs away to live in a chicken coop.

Children Make Terrible Pets by Peter Brown, 2010.  When a young bear discovers a boy in the woods, she asks her mother if she can keep him - only to discover that he is impossible to train.

Chip Wants A Dog by William Wegman, 2003. All Chip has ever wanted was a dog, and he can't understand why his parents won't allow it.

DogFish by Gillian Shields, 2008. Aoy longing for a dog decides to train his fish to catch sticks and wag its tail.

Dogs Don't Do Ballet by Anna Kemp, 2010.  Biff has bigger dreams than other dogs...

Don’t Be Silly, Mrs. Millie!  by Judy Cox, 2005. Silly teacher Mrs. Millie is always confusing words like stepping in a poodle instead of a puddle or hanging up goats instead of coats.

My Cat, The Silliest Cat in the World, 2006. An artist describes his "cat," who can usually be found either sleeping or eating.

Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed by Mo Willems, 2009. Wilbur horrifies his peers by wearing clothes.

Peanut by Linas Alsenas, 2007. Mildred names her new “puppy” after his favorite food.

Pie Went By by Carolyn Dunn, 2000. One fine day, Good King Bing walked along the path to the castle - with a pie on his head!

Sleep, Big Bear, Sleep! by Maureen Wright, 2010. A bear with a hearing problem misunderstands the words of Old Man Winter, so he drives a jeep, sweeps a house, and climbs a steep mountain.

Very Impatient Caterpillar by Ross Burach (2019). 

You're Finally Here!  by Melanie Watt, 2011. A rabbit is glad that children are reading this book, but has several complaints regarding what on earth took them so long.

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